In BugSplat, crashes are organized at the highest level into databases. Generally, a database holds all crashes or errors from a single application. To learn more about the hierarchy of BugSplat information, please view this document.
To start using BugSplat, you'll need to create a database. You can create a database through one of two methods.
Creating database via the onboarding tool 🔼
For new BugSplat users, creating a new database can be accomplished via the onboarding process. After creating a new account, users will be prompted to create a database.
Creating a database through the app ➡️
Alternatively, a database can be created on the Manage Database page in Settings by clicking the button labeled + Create Database. This method is also useful when wishing to set up multiple databases under an account.
Naming your database 💻
When choosing a database name, you should pick something that is descriptive and easy to remember. Please note that spaces, periods, and symbols other than _ are not allowed. Some examples of database names are: DeliciousDonutsApp or Super_Strong_Coffee_App.